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Cut Collective: Public Access 5

by Jackson Perry

On the Inside.

If you're looking for something to do over Easter, or until Friday 13th for that matter, get along to Silo Park for the Cut Collective exhibition Public Access 5.

This is the first chance the public has had to get inside the silos, and if you're a bit fixated with them, like a few round here, then it's a chance you shouldn't miss.

Supported by the group who bring us the Silo Night Market, Silo Cinema (tonight is Exit Through the Gift Shop) and the Silo Sessions (tomorrow, in conjunction with Cut Collective and BaseFM, it's Shake and Bake), this is the first time the space has been used for an exhibition.  On the basis of what I saw today, I hope it becomes a regular feature of the Silo precinct.

While they seemed very happy for me to photograph the works (cheers Sparrow), it's worth remembering these are orginal artworks and the images should not be used elsewhere without the artist's permission.

Capture away.

Interactive room with projectors and hand cranked effects. Photo: © Jackson Perry